Governor signs more bills into law, including ‘White Collar Crime registry’

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File photo of Gov. Gary Herbert.

SALT LAKE CITY — Governor Gary Herbert signed a series of new bills into law, including one that creates a first-of-its-kind “White Collar Crime registry.”

House Bill 378 creates a registry that works a lot like a sex-offender registry, but for convicted fraudsters.

“Whether a criminal wears a white collar or a blue collar, I am a strong supporter of protecting the consumer and the public from fraud and predatory practices,” said Gov. Herbert in a statement Tuesday. “This bill helps us do that and I’m proud to sign it.”

Among the other bills the governor signed into law:

  • House Bill 94, the so-called “Right to Try” bill that gives terminally ill patients access to medications in clinical trials;
  • HB104, which allows people to “share” a cow for the purposes of milk;
  • HB261, which makes “horse tripping” a crime;
  • HB415, which places new restrictions on the sale and marketing of e-cigarettes.

Here’s a full list of the bills Gov. Herbert signed Tuesday:

HB 27 Department of Corrections Retirement Amendments

Hutchings, E.

HB 29 Liquefied Petroleum Gas Board Amendments

Cox, F.

HB 31 Natural Gas Amendments

Handy, S.

HB 44 Surface Leases Procedure Amendment

McKell, M.

HB 55 Repeal of Methamphetamine Housing Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Account

Redd, E.

HB 59 Agriculture Modifications

McKell, M.

HB 70 Posting Political Signs on Public Property

Daw, B.

HB 75 Children’s Health Insurance Program Amendments

Hawkes, T.

HB 84 Lead Recycling Amendments

Nelson, M.

HB 85 Peace Officer Training Amendments

Roberts, M.

HB 94 Investigational Drug and Device Access for Terminally Ill Patients

Froerer, G.

HB 97 Election of Officials of New Municipality

Cox, J.

HB 104 Cow-share Program Amendments

Roberts, M.

HB 116 Boating Safety Amendments

Chew, S.

HB 122 Technology Services Amendments

Romero, A.

HB 129 Economic Development Incentive Amendment

Powell, K.

HB 146 Driving Under the Influence Revisions

Eliason, S.

HB 163 Student Data Breach Requirements

Knotwell, J.

HB 170 Legislative Audit Amendments

Christensen, L.

HB 179 License Plate Fee Amendments

Westwood, J.

HB 185 Charitable Solicitation Act Amendments

Cutler, B.

HB 187 Amendments to Health and Human Services Funds

Redd, Ed.

HB 203 Teacher Salary Supplement Program Amendments

Last, B.

HB 205 Veteran Claim Assistance Disclosure

Poulsen, M.

HB 220 Vote by Mail Amendments

Chavez-Houck, R.

HB 233 Military Education Amendments

Oda, C.

HB 237 Vision Screening Amendments

Brown, M.

HB 248 Campaign Finance Reporting Revisions

Hall, C.

HB 261 Horse Tripping Amendments

Ivory, K.

HB 276 Agriculture Structure Amendments

McKell, M.

HB 340 Voter Pre registration Amendments

Cox, J.

HB 378 White Collar Crime Registry

McKell, M.

HB 415 Regulation of Electronic Cigarettes

Ray, P.

HCR 5 Concurrent Resolution Regarding an Interlocal Agreement with Jordan River Commission

Cunningham, R.

SB 132 Fiscal Requirements for Local Governments and Nonprofits

Bramble. C.

SB 14 Renewable Energy Tax Credit Amendments

Okerlund, R.

SB 52 Asset Forfeiture Amendments

Stephenson, H.

SB 61 Medicaid Audit Amendments

Hillyard, L.

SB 76 Rural Physician Loan Repayment Program

Hinkins, D.

SB 77 Adoption Records Access Amendments

Weiler, T.

SB 165 Property Tax Valuation Assessment Modifications

Bramble, C.

SB 257 Antitrust Amendments

Bramble, C.